After medical school, Eneyni worked as an intern at the Presbyterian Medical Center of Pennsylvania from 1991-1992.
Dr. Mazen Eneyni founded the first Angels Neurological Center in 1999. Angels originally started at the Faulkner Hospital then moved to Brockton and Taunton, MA. Offices were then established in multiple locations in the Greater Boston area. The main Abington location was founded in 2003.
From September of 2004 to December of 2007, Eneyni served as the Vice Chairman of the New England Sinai Hospital.
Eneyni is the Director of Clinical Neurology at the New England Sinai Hospital and he is also a Delegate of the Massachusetts Medical Society.
In July of 2005, Angels Ambulances was an ambulance service used by the company that had its license downgraded to a provisional license.. "Under the provisional license, Angels was required to undergo increased inspections and was expected to apply for relicensing by the end of October. It was the first time the service had been issued a provisional license since its inception in 2005." . By August of 2005, Angels cancelled their ambulance service, citing that they were going to continue their focus on their other services.
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